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Low rainfalls leading to minimal damage among farmers along White Volta – Upper East Regional NADMO

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The Upper East Regional Director of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO), Jerry Asamani, has expressed optimism that this year may bring respite from the yearly damage and loss of properties experienced by farmers along the White River due to the spillage of the Bagre Dam and heavy downpours.

Mr. Asamani attributes this hope to the low rainfall patterns observed so far. While acknowledging that it is still early in the season, he is cautiously hopeful that this trend may continue, thereby sparing the region from the devastating effects of heavy flooding.

He also took the opportunity to appreciate A1 Radio and other media outlets for their invaluable contributions in sensitizing farmers and residents along the White River about the potential risks of Bagre Dam spillage.

This proactive approach, Mr. Asamani said, has helped farmers take precautions to safeguard their properties and mitigate potential losses.

Mr. Asamani, who spoke on A1 Radio, emphasized the importance of the media in disseminating critical information to vulnerable communities.

Mr. Asamani stated, “The media has been instrumental in informing our farmers and residents along the White River about the risks they face every year. The information shared by these outlets has been crucial in empowering our communities to prepare and protect their properties effectively.”

However, Asamani also urged farmers and residents to remain vigilant and not let their guard down. Climate patterns can be unpredictable, and a sudden change in weather could still pose a threat.

He advised that necessary precautions, including the reinforcement of dams and the creation of buffer zones, should be maintained to ensure safety.”

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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